Talk:Israel Museum

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Copyright infringement[edit]

regarding the revert (15:36, 27 February 2007): This revert doesn't comply with the official policy on the English Wikipedia (If you find a copyright infringement). The summary of the revert ("revert to june 10, 2006 (07:45 [utc]) version due to subsequent copyright violations") doesn't provide any reference to proof the copyright infringement. A staff member of the Israel Museum has been informed by email. --ThT 11:41, 28 February 2007 (UTC)

The first two paragraphs were a carbon copy of this page from the Israel Museum. For future reference, it would be best to inform the relevant editor if you want some more information about the source of the copyright violation, especially since it's quite clear no one was following this article. -- tariqabjotu 16:23, 13 August 2007 (UTC)

Dora Gad[edit]

It would be nice to get some information about the designers of the campus in here.--Sreifa (talk) 10:36, 21 April 2010 (UTC)


I deleted the recent addition by User:London000 because various references were erased, please re-add carefully in the future...Modernist (talk) 21:39, 15 July 2010 (UTC)

Changes to Introduction[edit]

Previously, the first sentence of the second paragraph read "Among the unique objects on display is the Venus of Berekhat Ram a carved female figurine considered the oldest artwork in the world;[citation needed] the interior of a 1736 Zedek ve Shalom synagogue from Suriname; necklaces worn by Jewish brides in Yemen; a mosaic Islamic prayer niche from 17th-century Persia; and a nail attesting to the practice of crucifixion in Jesus’ time.[2]". I removed the statement "a carved female figurine considered the oldest artwork in the world," as I feel that it is entirely disingenuous on top of the fact that it lacks any citation whatsoever. The majority of the article on the Venus of Berekhat Ram is spent discussing the fact that there is almost no consensus whether this was even carved by a human, let alone intended to be art. I have chosen to simply remove the phrase for the time being, but if somebody has a better way to write this that manages to make that uncertainty apparent then that would be good as well. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 03:38, 14 August 2017 (UTC)

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